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Reviews of Books with 408 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 408 pages.

Book Review

Life after Law School

by Joseph S. Pete

In the musing novel "Life after Law School", a Sudanese immigrant overcomes adversity to become a lawyer while confronting racial bias in an unequal society. In Peter Gaisiance’s novel "Life after Law School", an immigrant pursues a... Read More

Book Review

Grow Wild

by Karen Rigby

Pandemic parenting. Zoom meetings. Virtual school. If you’ve coped with looking at devices all year, Katy Bowman’s "Grow Wild" will strike you as a gentle, cautionary guide about kids’ “super-sedentary” environments, and how... Read More

Book Review

Spies, Espionage & Explosions

by Benjamin Welton

Spies, Espionage & Explosions is a what-if page-turner with a compelling historical proposal at its center. Don Kane’s Spies, Espionage & Explosions is an excellent historical novel about one of the lesser-known tragedies in... Read More

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